1.control the time, cost and quality of construction projects, from residential, commercial and industrial buildings to roads, bridges and schools. They plan and coordinate all aspects of the construction process, including hiring contractors and working with engineers, architects and vendors.
2.The construction manager will have many responsibilities and these include the following:
Planning - From the outset, it is the responsibility of the Construction PM to plan the build process, this means producing a critical path and understanding the timing of each stage. Following each phase of the project is essential to ensuring that the project is completed on time.
3.Resource Allocation - Any building project will need resources from bricks and mortar to tools and basic amenities. It is the responsibility of the Project Manager to have an understanding of what these are and ensure they are available.
1.Staff Management - The Project Manager will be responsible for recruiting a team and allocating tasks to relevant managers. It may mean identifying suitable contractors who can complete the work.
2.2.Setting Benchmarks - An integral aspect of the ongoing monitoring of a project is setting benchmarks to monitor progress, this allows the project manager to identify whether or not the project is on target to finish on time and within budget.
3.Budget Management – The Project Manager is responsible for the financial planning and monitoring of the project. To avoid going over budget a PM should consider continually forecasting, keeping the team informed of forecasts and changes and managing the scope meticulously, so knowing the costs for unplanned construction work or resources and keeping that set-aside.
1. Civil Engineering.
2. Bachelor degree or equivalent.
3. At least 5 years in construction area.
4.Proficient in office Software and Autocad.
5.Strong leadership skills, team coordination skills and communication skills;
Perks & Benefits
- Commission and bonus
- Regular team activities
- Work visa sponsorship
- Personal leave
- Open culture